Here are some of the more popular sites, and how to best use them in order to find geeks: – Billed “the best dating site on Earth,” OK Cupid has a big enough user base that there should be somebody for everybody. The keyword “video games” helps narrow the search to people who identify as gamers in their profiles. You can search by whatever terms you like – the geekier, the better.– This site skews a little younger than OK Cupid, and the users are pretty active compared to most dating sites.I'm so glad I know them, and if more people would get over the stereotypes, I know for a fact that geeks wouldn't have the dating and romance scenarios that they usually face.
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Overall, this site’s claims of being a “gamer friendly” site are very questionable.
While you might meet people who like casual games, it’s less likely you’ll meet people who treat gaming as a big-time hobby. As its name suggests, it’s specifically designed for World of Warcraft players.
There are many dating sites which cater specifically to geeks. Here’s a round-up of the most popular geek dating sites around, and why they actually aren’t very effective if you’re looking for a date: – This site promises quick connections and casual encounters between gamers.
The truth, however, is that video games are barely mentioned after the initial sign-up.
It boils down to this: What I like about Geeks is how intelligent they are, how loyal they are, and most of all, how kind they are.
Of course I've met a few geeky dicks (every group has them), but over all, the geeks I've known are wonderful people.
Unfortunately, past the initial sign-up, the gaming aspect of the site is quickly proven to be irrelevant.